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  • It was an American bulldog’s aggression that caused the dogfight a year ago that led city leaders to expel the dog from town, a judge decided this week.
  • Domestic terror suspect faces federal weapons charges
    The 36-year-old Jefferson man who allegedly plotted to shoot and kill police officers has been charged with five crimes in federal court, each of which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
  • Brain injury might affect drunk golfer’s punishment
    A 59-year-old Glidden man who was set to be sentenced this week to a possible five years in prison for a drunken August crash is still recovering from a severe, work-related head injury that might affect his punishment for the crash, his attorney contends in a court document filed Wednesday.
  • Today, after months of legal wrangling among six siblings, the daughter of a wealthy, ailing 91-year-old Carroll man officially became his legal guardian.
  • Carroll man has been imprisoned two years awaiting trial
    Mark Alan Steffes, a felon, was arrested two years ago for having a handgun, yet his federal court case is not likely to go to trial for many more months, if it ever does.
  • Drunk golfer pleads guilty for crash
    A 59-year-old Glidden man faces up to five years in prison on Wednesday for crashing his pickup truck into a tractor in August after a round of golf.
  • Crook to plead guilty to burglary
    The 32-year-old Scranton man who allegedly caused more than $10,000 worth of damage to the inside of an agricultural business west of Carroll is expected to plead guilty this month to one of the felonies he faces, according to court records.
  • No prison for Boblett brothers’ hog thefts
    Twin brothers who were accused of stealing more than 250 hogs from confinements they managed will not go to prison, a judge decided on Monday.
  • ‘Just a terrible situation’
    David Riesenberg had just visited his wife’s grave in April 2016 — something he often did in the five months since she had died unexpectedly — when he was driving home to Halbur and a drunken driver slammed into the front of his pickup truck and killed him.
  • Texting caused fatal 2016 crash
    A 25-year-old Auburn woman caused a fatal head-on crash last year because she was text-messaging with her cellphone as she drove, according to court records.
  • A 39-year-old Carroll woman stole a local travel company’s list of agricultural tourism clients, its prices for trips and other information that allowed her to “pirate” the clients when she went to work for another travel company, a lawsuit alleges.
  • The wife of a beloved Farmland Foods general manager who suffocated during a medical procedure at Crawford County Memorial Hospital in October is suing the hospital for allegedly causing his death.
  • Myrna Hockemeier didn’t expect to go to prison on Monday.
  • A local implement dealership, a prominent tractor maker and the man who drove a tractor that malfunctioned and caused a fatal crash in 2015 in Audubon County have agreed to pay undisclosed amounts of money to settle lawsuits filed by the families of a man who died in the crash and another who was severely disabled by it, court records show.
  • Case dismissed for domestic terror suspect
    The weapons charge against a Jefferson man who allegedly plotted a shootout to the death with law officers was dismissed last week.
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